Winter forage-what to buy and how to store
Oct11

Winter forage-what to buy and how to store

By Dr Derek Cuddeford The standard, conventional winter forage for horses has always been hay. This is because relatively simple equipment was required for its production; grass was cut and simply left to dry. In the outer isles of Scotland it was hung on fences to speed the process and in Ireland, and other countries like Iceland, it was/is built into “haycocks” on wooden frames again, to accelerate the drying process. The whole...

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